Cool style from a cool climate. Honey, white flowers, peppermint, white peach and vanilla oak spice. Light bodied, precise and fine boned with well etched acidity, clean cool lines, and a long dry flinty finish. It’s a pleasure to drink: a Pan Galactic Maragle Blaster.
Bright, lifted citrus and stone fruit aromas, white flowers, peach and vanilla oak. Light vibrant and energetic, precise palate with lovely long length supported by maturation in French oak.
Hand picked, whole bunch pressed and transferred to French oak barriques for fermentation by natural yeast. Matured in barrels for 12 months and racked via gravity to tank for a further 6 months prior to bottling.
Cellaring potential – 10 years ++
This wine is grown on a single vineyard located just outside Gundagai on the wave banks of the famous Murrumbidgee river. The vineyard experiences very warm days and massive diurnal swings at night with sub 10-degree evenings on occasion. The wine treads a fine line between power and elegance and...
Background Maragle sits at an altitude of 405 meters above sea level, 30 kms south of the Courabyra vineyard making it one of the lowest altitude vineyards in Tumbraumba. The vineyard also sits at the top of a small valley resulting in sinking cold air and rising warm air. In...
Gary Walsh - The Winefront www.winefront.com.au 95 Points "Has a distinct smell of liquorice and aniseed, layers of spice and floral perfume, mulberry and plum fruit, and what you might call ‘crushed rocks and pencils’, though our words are code for something else that’s probably too hard to describe, really....